Sailing the waters near Montenegro can be a fabulous experience for anyone, but especially those who want to see as many larger cities along the coast of this spectacular country as possible. There are quite a few famous sights in Montenegro and the easiest way to experience all of them as well as the cities in one week is to sail from one port to another.
The perfect sailing in Montenegro would begin in Budva and the first stop would be at the city of Bar. The city of Bar is only a three-hour sail from Budva and once people arrive in this old town, they are encouraged to visit the Palace of King Nikola, the Omerbasica Mosque, and the Ruins of the Cathedral of St. George.
Ulcinj is another wonderful destination and it can be reached quite easily from Bar, but before people reach that city, it is recommended that they stop at Valdanos Bay and Velika Plaza. Both of those places have magnificent beaches and are the perfect spots for some rest and relaxation away from the boat. Once a person has reached Ulcinj, they will want to visit the castle as well as the older parts of the city, where pirate romances have fueled the atmosphere for years.
While in Bigova, everyone will want to dine on the cuisine at Grispolis and no one should worry, because the waiters will recommend only the best foods to all of their guests. The Plava Spilja is approximately five miles from Bigova, and this grotto has wonderful lighting effects from the sun, so it appears to be painted numerous shades of blue. As people are entering Tivat, they will find themselves in the amazing PortoMontenegro, which is a premium port in the Mediterranean. Upon arriving at Tivat, people will see the Church of St. Mary, which sits on the island Gospa Od Milosti, and the abandoned island of Sveti Marco.
Kotor is not too far from Tivat, which is great because people will have more than enough time to explore this city. Everyone will want to see the Church of Our Lady of the Rock on the island of Gospa Od Skrpjla before walking around the marina of Kotor and relaxing at the Lido, which is also called Puro Beach. The Lido is a large open pool that has a phenomenal view of the bay and everyone will want to eat some of the delicious cuisine at the nearby restaurant. After a relaxing morning, everyone will want to walk throughout the authentic streets of the town and climb to the top of the vallum before boarding their boat for their journey back to Budva. As everyone journeys back to Budva, they will find themselves passing Fort Mamula, which is a fortress that was built in the middle of the 19th century near the city of Herceg-Novi.
Sailing in Montenegro can be an amazing experience, especially since there is so much to see and do in this country. People will find that there is nothing better than sailing from port to port, while disembarking at cities that are unique and interesting.